Stockholm Syndrome is a controversial "condition" that affects only women of the Swedish persuasion. Men are not affected at all by either definition of Stockholm Syndrome, traditional or liberal. So, when you hear the liberal medias say that a boy who is captured by a child molester and use the term "Stockholm Syndrome" they are wrong, they are lying, and you should read your Bible at them as loudly as you can until they shut up.
The traditional definition for Stockholm Syndrome is used to describe the symptoms that Swedish women exhibit upon moving to their capitol city, Stockholm.
The symptoms are:
- instantaneous bleaching of the hair (drapes and carpet)
- sudden onset of "legginess"
- continuous craving for meatballs
- tolerance for cold
It really isn't that important, so if you can't read it or see it, that's okay; your Bible contains answers to all life's questions and won't lie to you.
What Stockholm Syndrome Is NotEdit
"Stockholm Syndrome" is not an excuse for your not having tried hard enough. If God decides to place you in a situation where you are being kidnapped, molested, or abused, it is your responsibility to escape.
Regardless of your age, gender, size, strength, etc., if you don't try hard enough to escape, it means that you must have been asking for whatever you got.
As the person with the least power in this situation, it is your responsibility to constantly be searching for an opportunity to overpower your so-called "captor," or at least to try to run away (or ride your bike away, provided you have a bike).
To do anything less must mean that you have in some way come to "bond," "identify" or "sympathize" with your captor. Also, if the "victim" in question is a kid, you probably hate school. "Stockholm Syndrome" is no excuse for that, either.
Myths About Stockholm SyndromeEdit
Contrary to popular belief, Stockholm Syndrome can not be contracted in these ways:
- Eating Swedish fish
- Eating Swedish meatballs
- Visiting Sweden